The Villager apologizes to Paragon directors

July 13th, 2018
The High Court has ordered Omalaeti Media Group, owner of The ...

Bidvest sells fishing unit to Tunacor

July 13th, 2018
Bidvest Namibia has disposed of the entire issued share capital of ...

Massive VAT scam unearthed

July 13th, 2018
The Ministry of Health and Social Services stands accused of paying ...

Tilahun takes aim at desalination plant …asks for US$10 million to withdraw interest

July 06th, 2018
Dust refuses to settle in the long-running ownership dispute of the ...

Okahandja municipality ignores land moratorium

July 06th, 2018
The Okahandja Municipality is under fire from community members who ...

Avid judgement ridiculous - Josea

July 06th, 2018
Avid kingpin, Nico Josea, has described his 17-year prison term for ...

New Era CEO divides board ….As minister is accused of favouring Mathe

June 29th, 2018
Information and Communication Technology Minister, Stanley Simataa, ...
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